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Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting 2013

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Terry, A.L.; Stewart, M.;Thind, A.; Birtwhistle, R.;de Lusignan, S.;  Marshall,N.; Cejic, S.; Bestard Denomme,L.;  Maddocks, H.; Chevendra, V. High Quality Reporting of EMR-Based Research: A Tale of Two Workshops. [Poster]. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting 2013, Ottawa, Canada, November 9-13, 2013.

 

ePBRN poster for the NHMRC Translation Research Conference

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Presented at the AMIA  2013 CRI Summit

“From small practice based data to big data – data extraction errors”

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Poster: The Role of Intangible Resources (IR) in Improving Quality in Hospitals

Hussain Hamed’s abstract is below:

This PhD research aims to hep.usim.edu.my explore the role of intangible resources (IR) in improving quality in Saudi hospitals. The expected outcome of this research will give a better understanding on how intangible resources can improve quality in hospitals.

Therefore, my research attempts to identify key intangible resources that have impact on quality, and explore how key intangible resources can improve quality in hospitals.

Specific element of (IR) were found to have impact on quality. Human capital (professional competencies and skills, professional behaviour, clinical professional experience, motivation, and knowledge), structural capital (information systems, quality management system, and training programmes), and relational capital (internal, and external relationships). By adopting realist evaluation approach, the main study will focus on how these identified (IR) can improve quality in Saudi hospitals.

This PhD research aims to explore the role of intangible resources (IR) in improving quality in Saudi hospitals. The expected outcome of this research will give a better understanding on how intangible resources can improve quality in hospitals.

Therefore, my research attempts to identify key intangible resources that have impact on quality, and explore how key intangible resources can improve quality in hospitals.

Specific element of (IR) were found to have impact on quality. Human capital (professional competencies and skills, professional behaviour, clinical professional experience, motivation, and knowledge), structural capital (information systems, quality management system, and training programmes), and relational capital (internal, and external relationships). By adopting realist evaluation approach, the main study will focus on how these identified (IR) can improve quality in Saudi hospitals.

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Presented at: The PhD Conference 2012, University of good choice viagra online in spain Surrey, Guildford UK.

 

Poster: Child Maltreatment recorded in Primary Care. A study using The Health Improvement Network (THIN) database

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Presented at: Society of Academic Primary Care conference (SAPC) 2011.

 

Poster: The Development and Application of a Data Quality Measure in a Canadian Electronic Medical Record-Derived Primary Health Care Database

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Presented at: Society of Academic Primary Care conference (SAPC) 2011.

For citation purposes:
Terry, A.L.; Stewart, M; Thind, A.; Burge, F.; Cejic, S.; Chesworth, B.; de Lusignan, S.;  Marshall, J.N.; Maddocks, H. The Development and Application of a Data Quality Measure in a Canadian Electronic Medical Record-Derived Primary Health Care Database. [Poster]. Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting 2011. Bristol, United Kingdom. July 6-8th, 2011.